A maslin pan is especially designed for producing jams and preserves, which is why they are also known as a jam pan. In general, jam is produced by boiling fruit pulp with plenty of sugar and water, roughly around equal weights of all three, maslin pans are perfect for this process as they are very large with a wide opening and a strong handle, some also come with an internal measure etched onto the side.
Most cooks usually work on the basis of trial and error when making jam in a preserving pan, letting the mixture boil rapidly and then taking our small amounts of the mixture to see how it runs or sets on a separate plate. Our maslin pan collection consists of heavy duty stainless steel models with riveted side loop handles. Jam making has become very popular in recent times as it is both creative and rewarding and can even save you money.